Watch LIVE: Salas looks to continue his hot hitting in a High-A matinee

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Here's what's on tap:

Wednesday, 1:10 p.m. ET -- Fort Wayne (SD) @ Wisconsin (MIL)
After a slow start to the season at the dish, Ethan Salas – MLB’s No. 6 prospect -- has found his groove for High-A Fort Wayne and he’s not slowing down. The 17-year-old collected hits in every game last week, including his first homer of the year.

Wednesday, 7 p.m. ET -- Chattanooga (CIN) @ Tennessee (CHC)
Toeing the rubber in his fourth Double-A start of the season, Rhett Lowder faces his toughest test yet. The right-hander, ranked as MLB’s No. 24 prospect, has had a rocky start to his Chattanooga campaign but will look to get back on track against Tennessee. The Cubs affiliate features Top 100 prospects Matt Shaw (MLB No. 43), Kevin Alcántara (MLB No. 52), James Triantos (MLB No. 59) and the latest edition to the list, Moises Ballesteros (MLB No. 92). Ballesteros leads the Smokies with 23 RBIs, with Shaw and Triantos right behind him with 19 apiece.

Thursday, 2:05 p.m. ET -- Salt Lake (LAA) @ Reno (AZ)
This Triple-A matinee game will be a matchup of power and speed. Reno's side is led by first baseman Deyvison De Los Santos (AZ No. 14), who led the Minors with 14 homers and posted a 1.122 OPS at Double-A Amarillo before his promotion last week. One of the top stolen-base threats in the Pacific Coast League, 2018 first-rounder Jordyn Adams (LAA No. 23) leads the way for the Bees. The outfielder has 80-grade wheels and posted a 15-44 season in 2023.

Thursday, 6:35 p.m. ET -- Harrisburg (WSH) @ Binghamton (NYM)
The future sluggers of the NL East will be on display when these teams face off at Double-A. There are 60-grade power bats galore between recent Nats first-rounders Dylan Crews (MLB No. 7) and Brady House (MLB No. 37) and Mets slugger Ryan Clifford (MLB No. 76). The righty-swinging Crews and House combined for 17 homers and 50 extra-base hits in 123 games last season, while lefty Clifford amassed 24 long balls and 44 extra-base hits over 115 games.

Friday, 6 p.m. ET – Portland (BOS) @ Altoona (PIT)
The Sea Dogs have consistently been one of the highest scoring teams in the Eastern League thanks to one of the most stacked lineups in the Minors. Boston’s Double-A affiliate boasts a trio of Top 100 prospects -- Marcelo Mayer (MLB No. 12), Roman Anthony (MLB No. 17) and Kyle Teel (MLB No. 30) -- who have been crushing the ball from the left side. Tasked with stopping them will be Braxton Ashcraft (PIT No. 6), who has posted a 3.76 ERA with 44 strikeouts over 40 2/3 innings this year. Ashcraft and Altoona will be playing as the Malmö Oat Milkers, an alternate identity every Minor League team is donning once this season.

Saturday, 8:15 p.m. ET – Rancho Cucamonga (LAD) @ Lake Elsinore (SD)
Two of the youngest Top 100 prospects share the stage in this Single-A matchup of future NL West rivals. Shortstop Leodalis De Vries (MLB No. 80) is the very youngest at 17 years old and has shown flashes of his five-tool potential in his first season of pro ball. Outfielder Josue De Paula (MLB No. 81) is seventh-youngest on that list at 19 and flexed his high offensive potential when he went deep four times in three games in mid-May.

Sunday, 12 p.m. ET -- Lakeland (DET) @ Clearwater (PHI)
Three of the top high school selections from the 2023 Draft are set to face off in this Single-A matinee. The Tigers’ top two selections -- Max Clark (MLB No. 13) and Kevin McGonigle (MLB No. 99) -- each boast 60-grade hit tools and have been reaching base at a high clip in their first full pro seasons. Meanwhile, Phillies shortstop Aidan Miller (MLB No. 48) has put his 60-grade power on display while showing developmental progress with an OPS north of .900.